Tron [TRX] Gets Listed on Atomic Wallet
Tron Foundation, on 30th July, announced on their Medium page that TRX has now been added to the atomic wallet. TRX will now be accessible to a variety of OS clients including Ubuntu, Fedora, Mac, Windows, and Debian.
As per the foundation, Atomic Wallet support will assist TRONICS in the management of crypto resources by diminishing the efforts. It additionally provides a solid, on-request service for the client.
Cross chain swaps can be more easily done with the use of Atomic Wallet. In return, it will lessen the risk of an attack from a third party which threatens to enter and produce their own more reliable and transparent crypto assets
The “complimentary full encryption” feature in the wallet, enables the complete safety of the client’s digital asset. Tron also promised that under no circumstance will it store a client’s key or compromise it at any level, assuring the users a complete control over their property.
At present, the waller supports more than“300 coins and tokens”. In order to ensure that their users face no hurdles, the company is constantly making efforts to add more coins. Additionally, the company is working on a constant update of the wallet for a better experience of the user.
Other than the Atomic Wallet, on 30th July, Tron Foundation announced an airdrop for Tron Community during its beta version launch of the Tron Virtual Machine and Project Atlas, which is a confluence of Tron and BitTorrent. The details related to this will be released by the end of this month.
At the time of writing, Tron (TRX) is being traded at 0.03 USD with a total market cap of 2.3 billion USD. At present, TRX is at the 11th position and suffered a loss in the last seven days. According to coinmarketcap, the coin has come down by 7.38% since yesterday’s market value.
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